About this Event
Learn/exercise pair programming and contribute to open source space projects at this monthly meetup event! All skill levels welcome!
Projects can include, but not limited to:
- NASA/JPL Open Source Rover: https://github.com/nasa-jpl/open-source-rover
- Project PANOPTES - Citizen-science robotic telescopes that can detect transiting exoplanets: https://github.com/panoptes
- Celestial - Real-time 3D visualization of space: https://github.com/CelestiaProject
- Stellarium - A realistic, real-time 3D simulation of the night sky: https://github.com/Stellarium
- KubOS - Open source software stack for satellites: https://github.com/kubos
- More example projects on: https://github.com/orbitalindex/awesome-space
What to Bring
- Your laptop and charger (or you can always share with someone else to pair program with)
- Any books, pen/paper, whiteboards, or whatever you need to study
- Curiosity and excitement to learn, teach, and code with new friends!
6:15 pm: Socialize, intros, announcements
6:30 pm: Crash course on pair programming / contributing to open source (see https://opensource.guide/how-to-contribute/)
6:45 pm: Pick open source space projects to work on, pair off into teams
7:00-9:00 pm: Start coding!
Parking / venue info:
There is plenty of free street parking!
Type of eventTechnology Science Astronomy Activities Educational Meetup
474 S Raymond Ave
Pasadena, CA 91105
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